Aphorism: Narcissistic Personality Disorder

Narcissistic personality disorder… According to DSM measures, it is the disorder of people who believe themselves to be very important, who exaggerate their own successes and abilities, who have dreams of unlimited power, intelligence and beauty, who believe that they are unequalled and could only be understood by other special and superior persons, who want to be admired and believe they should always be granted privileges, who use their relationship with other people to their own advantage and utilize the weaknesses of others in order to reach their goal, who are unable to feel empathy, unwilling to recognize and define emotions and needs of others, who most of the time are envious of others or believe that others are envious of him, who have an impertinent and conceited attitude.

Narcissistic personality disorder

“Mirror mirror on the wall, who is the fairest of them all?”

Secret

Secrets… It is a complicated subject. It is difficult to keep secrets, and just as dangerous to disclose them. Would I be wrong if I said “Secrets are your weakest point”? Have you ever committed a crime?.. It becomes a secret…

Borderline personality disorder

Borderline personality disorder… Is one of the B-type personality disorders. The others could be listed as anti-social, histrionic, narcissistic. Inappropriate and intense anger or difficulty controlling their anger is a major symptom. They are in desperate need of people; the moment they are excluded they feel shattered. At that moment hate and suicidal thoughts develop.

Body dysmorphic disorder

Persons suffering from body dysmorphic disorder have a subjective believe that a feature of their body is ugly, although that feature may be normal or close to normal.

What is psychotherapy, when is it used?

Prof. Dr. Kemal Arıkan, (reference was made of Mayo Clinic’s related article)